Corsica, Sardinia and Tuscany- more than just a motorcycle tour
Whether it’s charming Tuscan hills, dramatic Corsican coast or amazing corners and sweepers of Sardinia, we’re sure this fully guided motorcycle tour will leave you enchanted for life! All three regions of this motorbike tour present the very best of what Europe offers to motorcycle riders; with Corsica often being described as European ‘Number 1’ riding destination!
Tuscany is well known for its, almost unnaturally green hills, beautiful vineyards and many backroads connecting tiny hilltop villages dating from Ancient times. We’ll have a chance to enjoy famous Chianti wine, taste typical Tuscan food (no, it’s not only pizza and pasta there) and ride extraordinary roads up and down the region.
For most of tourists, Sardinia automatically translates to ‘Costa Smeralda’, e.g. 20 kilometers stretch of surreal beaches, white sand and crystal clear sea. For us riders, it translates to ‘an island of curves’ and we are positive those will put a big smile on your face! In a mix of outstanding riding, UNESCO World Heritage protected sites, and a bit of seaside glamour, we will make our way around the northern part of the island towards Corsica, known as ‘the mountain in the sea’.
Before we reach Venice again, five colorful villages that nestle on small inlets on rocky headlands, will be our rest day destination. It’s Cinque Terre, Italian National Park and another UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This motorcycle tour of Corsica, Sardinia and Tuscany starts/finishes in Venice (airport VCE- Marco Polo). We suggest arriving a day or two prior the tour; having enough time to enjoy a cappuccino by famous Piazza San Marco, experience vaporetto Grand Canal ride or visit famous Murano islands.
For more details about this amazing motorcycle tour, please scroll down and you will find a detailed day-by-day breakdown. For any additional questions and reservations/bookings, do not hesitate to contact us!
*for private groups, itinerary and dates can be modified according to group requirements.